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brian evans and associate kathy hunt . broadcast associate returning to the state of texas depil bert pin eda. and don wilyemike san tina and the director mark gibert. and marti purching the numbers for us in the broadcast booth. mike napoli with one out. and napoli one-three and singles and scored back in the fifth inning. it is 46,000 and 46,700. and only the philadelphia phillies have a higher attendance. it is terrific. it is home fold advantage. it is staying. very impressive. it is a t-shirt night. >> i have not received the bobal head. and it comes down to the glove of weeks and napoli is retired . checkeg out the view. they are back with the twins in town on baseball night in america. >> he's a hard working man these days. he had worked three straight day with a total of 86 pitchers . and right field corner. they are proud as they reach the college world series. he's donated a lot of time and money to the stony brook program since becoming of age. >> he's a big part of their turn around . they now play at joe nathan field. you take walk around and a lot of stony brook and pass
vacation. maybe even quit your job. but the dallas chapter of the naacp wants the texas lottery gone, saying it preys on the poor. brian todd has the story. >> reporter: juanita tells the saddest of stories. about a man who spent his money on lottery tickets and not on things he needed. >> well, he died and having no insurance because his insurance had elapsed, it was left up to the community and people that loved him to try to pull together funds in order to bury hi him. >> reporter: wallace's president of the dallas chapter is trying to get -- what are the primary reasons you want the lottery gone? research shows there are more poor people who purps these tickets than people who can actually afford it. >> reporter: wallace says the lottery preys on the poor and claims there are many more booths set up in poorer areas of dallas than in middle and upper income neighborhoods. contacted by cnn, the spokeswoman said they tried to reach all segments of the population. that they don't target poorer areas. but the texas lottery commission is required to do demographic studies and the most
-elected in the, for texas in congress in 2002. what's t what's -- once the republicans gain control in texas, they then redrew the lines. you can see many of these districts going all the way from mexico to the austin metro area. and as a result of these -- this districting pup can see all the other funny shapes up here, and here. this is -- this is houston. and i think dallas. that as result of this redistricting plan, something like four or five democrats lost their seats. and the were replaceed by republicans. as it turned out, we'll talk about this when we do the voting rights act. the supreme court struck down this district as violating section 2 of the voting rights act, because it diluted the hispanic vote, but when it came to the aggressive use of partisanship in the drawing of line, the court didn't find it to be unconstitutional. even if it was done in the middle of a decade. one sort of story or lessen to be learned from both cases is that the -- well, there are partisangerrymandering claims in found favor with the court. they're often litigated through other claims. like in the c
and we cannot always beat texas. you can go to arizona and do your work out of there. a lot of people still move to silicon valley because of the synergy of so many bright people. if you can get the right people, get that cleaned up so we can bring smart people here and keep them here, we will keep adopting the game. [applause] >> governor hickenlooper, this is your chance. you have here a room full of silicon valley executives. what do you say to them to get them to expand or move to colorado? >> can governor brown leave the room for a minute? >> i am a great believer that luring companies from one state to the other does not help the country. i think it is a race to the bottom. as the governor would say. it is useful for us to be as relentlessly pro-business as we can. we're very focused on education and we want to be the no. 1 state for solving this riddle that this country has become from being the no. 1 public education nation to one in the bottom half. we know the things -- at risk kids are coming from difficult neighborhoods and often broken families, they need a longer school
in the ninth a little bit there but you have to go out and try to 'split the series tomorrow. >> a's in texas. malone on the mound. struck out the side in the first. six strikeouts in five innings. chris carter called up from the minors yesterday where he hit a home run. does the same today. solo shot just clears the wall. adrian beltre ties it up with someone wing of the bat. a 1-1-ball game. instance -- kinsler, bloop singer. a run scores. josh hamilton, five-run fifth. rangers win 7-2. texas the first team to reach 50 wins this season. >> let's switch gears, tennis, cycling and golf, tiger woods had quite a round after the storm of the center back east. stick >> the first saturday at wimbledon, always a great day. for the american men, roddick and query both gone and fish moves on. serene lost their first set. wasn't moving that well. came back in the second, hitting one of their 23 a's. first set tiebreaker. now tied at second. he the return is wide. serena was pumped up. tour de france begins today in bill jump. fabian cancellara won in 7:13 and will open tomorrow stage one in the yellow
and other utilities say help is on the way, repair crews from as far away as texas headed this way, should be on the streets later this week. this afternoon using my iphone spotted a crew at the corner of nebraska and everett street in northwest. customers throughout the area have complained that when they go online, there have been no signs of trucks in their neighborhood. >>> the big question is everyone's name tonight, when is my power coming -- mind tonight, when is my power coming back? pepco trucks have been spotted on river road in bethesda and that is where our ken molestina is live right now >> reporter: if you're talking to pepco officials, president of pepco tom graham was out here earlier and finally we'll see some of the pepco trucks coming into the neighborhoods. until now they have been working on what's called critical infrastructure, which are the substations, firehouses, hospitals, police departments and water facilities. over my shoulder you can see some of the work being done here along bradley and river in potomac just in front of congressional, the golf tournament ju
'malley and the people of maryland. 22 african-american neighborhoods in houston, texas. i think the need for a voter intimidation act is documented, real, and would prohibit any person from purposely misleading voters regarding the qualifications are restrictions. the bill offers new ways to enforce these provisions. it provides a tool for effective oversight by requiring the attorney general to report to congress allegations of dissemination of false information within 180 days of an election. the first witness will be send your pardon -- senator carden. these are the things we've read about in in our history books. but to see it in recent times, it is evil and ron. -- wrong. >> mr. chairman, to paraphrase justice scalia, frequently, the bill raises a first amendment issue. the potential harm is understood only after careful study. "but this wolf comes as a wolf." it represents a frontal attack on first amendment freedom of speech. the bill before us today was originally proposed by then senator obama at the 2007 hearing on this bill, but maryland county executives complained about campaign literat
- conservative compromise in the sense that liberals have favored the steps of implicit texas as a way of increasing productivity. conservatives have said their ways on saving budget revenues. have resulted in very high tax rates. lower income households are especially affected. i remind you that you have these implicit taxes in pell grants and dozens of programs including most of the subsidies in the tax systems. we have done a lot of work on trying to calculate these taxes. the first grant on the screen is the same as a figure oneb, and shows the maximum benefits for which a single head of household in two children will be eligible. rates are low. they are even negative, and $10,000 to $50,000 of income. thereafter they rise quickly. figure three of my testimony, i show the effective tax rate for households as income rises from $10,000 to $40,000. income and social security taxes take away 30% of earnings and then universally available programs, items like eic -- that raises the rate. if people are in welfare programs, it can rise above 80%. what used to be called a poverty trap is n
's are working for it in texas, the giants 0-2 team is here barry bonds among the 43,000 at the house barry zito bases loaded in the fourth, he walks to force and i run a zia won three in the inning and six in the game. bases loaded in the theft, he lines to brandon crawford for that out. still 1-0 reds. san score in the seven, pablo sandoval snags the bunt the liner gets through, he drove home the run, 2-0 cincinnati that was enough. a strike to end it. he struck out seven. page to second straight complete game. giants won that game ahead of dodgers. the all-star rosters announced a model parent may be seven giants could be on the bubble. for niners linebacker alden smith stabbed last night at a house party or two others were shot 49ers released a statement that smith recovering comfortably from minor injuries but would not confirm he was at a party. these storms in tcp it tore down trees and caused serious damage at congressional country club the at&t tournament delayed six hours tiger woods is a lurking and that means tv ratings are through the roof. he's one shot back at 4 under 67. he grabs
zito walked three in one inning he walks into force in iran, a's and ranchers in texas, the rangers are too good. judge hamilton 25th home run of the armed rangers win 7-till. storms in the d.c. area kleist damaged at congressional country club in the golf tournament a light 6 hours and fans not allowed on the grounds. it tiger woods with this chip, in for a birdie he is one back of the leader. the call of the california classic at stanford stadium. the quakes come back to tie it. of a corner kick out the back of us but the quakes claim victory. 4-3. >>> was a you at 11. ♪[linkin park "burn it down"] ♪[rock] ♪ [narrator] can't wait for the honda civic tour featuring linkin park? neither can we. go to for details. to deposit checks at the nearest citibank branch. ♪ like this one. ♪ or this one. ♪ or, maybe this one. ♪ but when it's this easy to use citibank mobile check deposit at home...why would he? ♪ woooo!
6 derrotas, y el debut luiz pérez, con victoria . >> texas gano sumando 50 victorias. >> san josé gano a galaxy de los Ángeles . >> yo soy willyam bonilla. >> beatriz regreso contigo. >> san josé es la capital de la gimnasia de estados unidos, en sus playas se ven las ligas para las olimpiadas, con esto am
. it also applies to three boroughs in new york city. it applies to arizona and alaska. parts of texas -- all of text texas and parts of california. and so it's unique in than it has this geographic feature that it doesn't apply nationwide. it also requires something of states and localities that no other law requires. if you are covered under the voting rights act, whenever you pass a law with respect to voting, you must get pre-clearance from the department of justice or the u.s. district court for the district of columbia. okay. before that law goes into effect. whether you are moving a polling place or passing a redistricting plan, you have to get permission from the federal government to pass and enforce that law. and the d.c. district court or the doj will decide whether the law has a discriminatory purpose, any discriminatory purpose, and whether it has a retrogressive effect. retrogressive is a term of art in voting rights law that means does it make minorities worse off. okay. and in particular, does it diminish the ability of a racial group to elect their preferred candidates
and texas as indefensible and moved all the resources to the east but that was political suicide, because he's creating a new nation, a civil democracy in which texas is just as entitled to be defended by its army as virginia. he has this practical reality of two few men to defend too much territory, territory that geographically is not favorable to the confederacy in large part and the rivers, especially west of the appalachians, tend to go into the confederacy as natural avenues of invasion, whereas the potomac is a wonderful barrier or briefly was a wonderful barrier in the east. so i don't think he had much choice but to come up with what he called the offensive defensive or the defensive offensive. i never know which it is exactly and i never know what the difference is. i wrote a book about it but i don't know what it's about. [ laughter ] it's essentially the notion of hold everything, spread your forces thin or hold everything to keep the enemy heel from your homeland and as opportunities present themselves as a target of opportunity appears, concentrate forces quickly for a thrust i
: yes, a little town, mineral wells, texas. it's time for the common sense police, fox. this is the ordinance in mineral wells, only have the flags out during a two week period around memorial day and veterans day. not around the 4th of july. >> how about 365 days you should be able to do that. when someone dies for our country we should be able to put a flag on their grave side. >> mike: and leave it there. >> i get it, you don't want the teddy bears and vases and plastic flowers and want it nice and clean, but a flag, i don't know anybody who would be opposed to that. what happens to the memorial. >> mike: you're talking about the clutter, flowers wilt, but how is a flag going to deteriorate. >> i think it's beautiful. if it's tattered, put another one there. >> dave: you make that sacrifice you probably would want a flag on your grave. let us know how you feel about that. would you want that-- ff weekend on twitter, there it is, the romney clan off on their annual family vacation this weekend. we bet it's like none other you've heard of or maybe
. >> this is a fundamental disagreement between democrats and republicans, between bobby and myself. pick on texas. 22% of its kids have no health insurance, and 25% of its adults have no health insurance. those aren't just texas kids. those are american kids. and i think we have an obligation to make sure our kids have health insurance. and this bill does that. i don't like the individual mandate either, and i don't think it was necessary, but it's there. the supreme court has spoken. the congress has spoken. the president has spoken. mitt romney has shown this can work because it did work in massachusetts with 98% of people covered. i don't want to live in a country where 22% of the kids who are american kids in texas don't have health insurance, and i think it's our obligation as a society to make sure everybody has health insurance, and that is what this bill does. >> i'm out of time. two quick ones for you, governor. you're on the vp list. would you like to be his running mate if he asks you? >> you and i talked about this before. we're not going to speculate. i've said this the last several week
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in october where texas senator john cornyn asked eric holder, have you talked to them at all? have you talked to the terry family to have you apologize for what happened? and eric holder said no. that was a little embarrassing, not on the level of self that but a public relations way. so instead of just apologizing right away, eric holder released a letter of apology to the press before the entire terry family was capable of reading it. >> does anyone in the justice department, or pure of our call to buckle and firearms come home and see beauty, does anyone dispute that two of e firearms found at the scene, brian terry's murder, were from this program? is that key that indiscreet? >> that defect of their from this, is not in dispute. but whether this program was a direct result of brian terry's murder is in dispute. and attorney general eric holder has made a point. he said it's not fair to assume that this program is why brian terry was killed spent you agree with that? >> i disagree. because the weapons that were left at the scene where given to these cartel members spent but as you said, t
to be able to catch all the olympic action right here on nbc, bay area. the as lose in texas 7-2. oakland has lost four of their last five contests. diane? >> just ahead, a big day for 30 rock star alec baldwin. plus, i have for the nation why just can i can still collect every year while he's behind bars. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ transforming sounds ] [ male announcer ] transformers. the ride. ride it at universal studios hollywood. >>> he may be in prison but jerry sandusky could still profit from his public pension. he stands to collect almost $59,000 a year, despite be convicted of 45 counts of child sexual abuse. that's because sex crimes are not included under pennsylvania law on the list of the 22 crimes related to public corruption that would force a public official or retiree to forfeit his or her pension. sandusky is likely to spend the rest of his life in prison. >> hundreds of young, undocumented immigrants took part. while the supreme court struck down a large part of arizona' controversial law this week within key pro investigation remains. that allows them to check a person's immigrat
in texas. see you then. >> ama: a little baby bison is causing a big buzz. we'll look at what makes him so >> alan: coming up at 6:00, the soggy mess in oakland as not one but two water main breaks cause an outage for thousands of customers. >> the talking toilets that could help save your life. join us for abc-7 news at 6:00. i know you're intrigued. lamb -- >> alan: white buffaloes don't come along every day and only count for one in ten million live births and are considered sacred by several american indians tribes. >> an official ceremony will
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-0, that's a called strike to end the game. he struck out seven they win 2- 1. a's face the texas rangers. the second inning crushed by chris carter it is 1-0 now 2-1 in the fifth, drops it were no one is standing to run score both the rangers' lead 3-2 and then josh hamilton the dagger. rangers win it 7-2. the first team to get to 50 wins this season. the scene in north beach italy beat germany all have a chance to celebrate more tomorrow only if they get by spain in the finals tomorrow. 50,000 less at stanford stadium to see the quicksand galaxy. david beckoned uncorks one a free kick and a galaxy led 3-1 before half. the second half along to the quakes from the corner, of the back of this button, takes it through. the quakes come back and when that 4-3. lookit david beck and after the game. maybe he's upset about getting left off the olympic squad for his own country. to great swimmers the 200 i.m., best of the olympic trials matching stroke for stroke coming down the stretch, phelps touch the wall faster than lockheed but both going to london in that event. what we know from a lead st
against -- ab32 against an onslaught of texas oil companies. we defend when they tried to block your business. california gets 50% of the venture capital. there is a lot going on here. we want to promote that. innovation is difficult because by definition, is of the few, not the many. that is the culture we want to encourage both in our schools, by minimizing, not getting overly obsessed with testing, and reducing learning to bubble in a multiple choice response. it is not literature, science, innovation, or creativity. it is not innovation. we need rigor and imagination. you need both. you have the left hand and the right hand. we have to combine those things. in california, we create innovation by ab32, but the only state with the cap and trade program, we create it by cutting regulation. i had to fire two incumbent people in our division of conservation. there were blocking oil exploration. i fired them and the oil permits for drilling went up 18%. we have to work on many levels. we're promoting efficiency. we're promoting and renewable energy and climate change -- i take courage
are on the way driving from texas and florida. looking at the updated numbers now, pepco has 377,000 customers still in the dark. dominion has 340,000 outages. bge is working to fix 171,000 power problems. potomac edison has 15,000 outages in montgomery, howard and frederick counties. this video just into our newsroom shows a transformer fire. pat collins is in falls church, virginia where people are sitting in hot homes in the dark tonight. >> reporter: transformers exploding, that could be a step backwards in this power restoration effort. take a look behind me, this 7-eleven in the dark, shut down, when is the last time you saw a 7-eleven closed at 11:00. take a trip with me down popular drive. life without electricity. this is popular drive in falls church. it's loaded with popular trees. and in storms, they have a reputation for falling like snowflakes. popular people know this all too well. look at the lane house, no power, no tv, no telephone, no problem. it's family monopoly by flashlight. >> we don't have the internet, any television or anything, no lights. >> it's monopoly? >> it's a
swing of the bat. game tied. a's regain the lead with an inge base hit but texas scores five runs in the fifth. capped off by this three run bomb from josh hamilton. 25-inch of the year. 6-2 rangers in the sixth. police highlights at 11:00. >> there's no better way for tennis fanso spend a day than the first sat day at wimbledon. some great matches today. ladies first, the all-england cla club. look at the hair on serena. lost the first set. wasn't moving that well. return hits the net but came back in the second. one of her 23 aces. third set, tiebreaker, tied at 7. the return is way it wide. see recent -- serena advances to the fourth round with a three-set victory. >> last american mail to win a major, andy roddick in 2003, facing the seventh seed. roddick takes the first set and it was downhill from there. davis moving on the round of 16 and will fails del potro. >> andy murray looking to be the first britt to win at wimbledon since 1936. on match 'point, that's wrong. murray wins it in four sets. >> 99th tour de france start with the individual time time switzerland's fabian
is in danger after he was attacked by a pair of chimpanzees. michelle franzen has our story. >> reporter: texas grad student andrew oberly is fighting for his life. the sanctuary featured on animal planet's "escape to chimp eden" houses kimchimps rescued. they say he suffered deep lacerations on his entire body. >> he's in critical condition, remains in a critical condition. he's under observation in intensive care. >> reporter: he was giving a tour thursday who he split from the group, crossing over one of two fences separating the public from the chimpanzees. two male chimps attacked him, grabbing his feet and pulls him under a second fence into the enclosure. they dragged him for half a mile. experts say chimps are far more powerful than humans. >> we're probably one-sixth or one-seventh the strength of the average chimpanzee, and we really are no opportunity to really defend ourselves very effectively. >> they were scared off the managing director of the sanctuary fired a gun into the air. he told the associated press oberly broke the rules by crossing over the fence. they're investigating.
. and you have to tip your and go out and we will try to split the series tomorrow. >> a's in texas to face the rangers. already lost two straight inable ton. tommy malone on the mound. six strikeouts in five innings. second inning chris carter called down to the minors friday where he hit a home run. does the same yesterday. this one a solo shot. he just clears the wall. second of the year. 1-0, oakland. beltran ties it up with one swing of the bat. carter, his 14th of the year. 1-1 ballgame. and ian kinsler in the fifth. a bloop single. two star. 3-2, rangers. two batters later, josh hamilton, see ya. three-run shot. his 25th of the year. a five-run fifth. rangers win it 7-2. texas the first team to reach 50 wins this season. and the at&t in maryland. an overnight storm reeked havoc on the course. play was delayed for six hours to clean it up. players could play but fans were not allowed on to the grounds a few club members followed tournament host tiger woods who makes a great chip for a birdie on 6. then on 10, birdie putt. he fires 67. tiger is one back at 6-under. and brendon, three b
the series tomorrow. >> a's in texas to face the rangers. already lost two straight in arlington. tommy malone on the mound. struck out the side in the first six strikeouts in five innings. second inning chris carter called up from the minors friday. where he hit a home run. does the same yesterday. this one a solo shot. he just clears the wall. second of the year. 1-0, oakland. beltran ties it up with one swing of the bat. carter, his 14th of the year. 1-1 ballgame. aves up 2-1 in the fifth. ian kinsler in the fifth. a bloop single. two star. 3-2, rangers. two batters later, josh hamilton, see ya. three-run shot. his 25th of the year. a five-run fifth. rangers win it 7-2. texas the first team to reach 50 wins this season. that's the way the ball bounces. i'm mike shumann. i'll see you again at five. have a great day. >> straight ahead, it's a big election day in mexico and the vote could have a major impact right here at home. also, a medical mystery as a two-year-old battles a disease that force doctors to put her in a coma. how she was fina >> welcome back, everyone. this morning vot
of kansas and even south dakota. an upper air disturbance on the coast of texas in the gulf of mexico generating some big thunderstorms. extreme southern texas they're getting much-needed rainfall. this is the area encompassed by heat advisories and excessive heat warnings. how close to the chicago area? it does fall a little bit short but it is possible we could see heat index temperatures say around 100 to 105 degrees. here's our forecast. for tonight steamy, a few early clouds. i think most of them have gone now. so mostly cloudy skies, warm and humid, low at the time -- temperature by dawn of 68 to 74. for tomorrow partly cloudy. scattered storms. look at those temperatures. 92 to 96 degrees. and tomorrow night, a few clouds early again and mostly cloudy skies. 69 to 75-degree lows. then we warm into the mid to upper 90's on monday. there is a chance of thunderstorms once again. widely scattered or ice latted thunderstorms appear to be the best probability. the storms probably will be more widespread across our area tomorrow. in a window of
year according to price waterhouse coopers. we have seen in texas when they did men now reform, 16,000 doctors have gone back to texas. rates have gone down, and and many of last year rick perry, the governor signed a law, the loser pays, which is very important. the president says a car and over again, doctors to to many tests. well, the practice defensive medicine from the very reason that they are free to being sued. we also need to expand the access to help savings accounts. believe the president does not like of savings accounts. but that's where readers can reduction in premiums and particularly for younger people i think we need to deregulate the state based exchanges. a number of states have returned the money. a number of gun waivers. of course california was the first to actually take the money because everything liberal happens in california, but we need to, as i say, support a to say. we don't need government controls state based exchanges telling insurers what's going to be an essential benefit plan. we need to do medicare reform. we cannot continue with these entitlem
transmission lines dropped, too. and the crews are stretched thin. linemen are driving from texas to virginia this morning. all of those virginia power outages shut down the data centers for some popular websites. some 911 call centers weren't working either. [ sirens ] >> the last 24 hours have been incredibly busy for us. >> reporter: while those without power tried to stay cool, one of the fire chiefs in maryland was trying to keep his crews rolling. they, too, lost power. >> some of our fire stations right now, actually several of them, are on generator power because of the massive power outages that we've had in the area. >> reporter: here in the d.c. area, this morning, still nearly a million people without electricity. that's an improvement, believe it or not, and, paula, i got to tell you, i was one of them without electricity. it came back on last night. 20 hours without power. i never liked electricity as much as i did last night. hearing the air conditioner kick back on. >> we are spoiled, aren't we, david? >> it's amazing. >> thanks for your reporting this morning. >>> also a quic
this afternoon at 1 p.m. >>> a final in texas. the oakland a's lost to the texas rangers 7-2. oakland has now lost 4 of their last 5 games. >>> at one point baseball wasn't about big dollars and steroid rumors, it was just a group of local guys in small towns meeting after work to play the game. jaw son hawkins from our nbc station in connecticut found one group of guys who are still playing baseball like they did in the old days. >> we play civil war-era baseball here. >> reporter: these folks are having a blast from the past. >> not very competitive. actually, everybody has time. >> reporter: the coltsville vintage baseball league which plays game every weekend is doing is old school, using rules from the 1800s. >> it's different from our modern game. we don't play with gloves or any equipment just our ball and bat and wits. >> reporter: no glove? sounds painful. >> when it comes at you with no glove, you know, it doesn't really matter. >> reporter: unlike today, the original game of baseball wasn't about home runs or strikeouts. >> the pitcher basically is laying the ball in there for you
from the university of texas. just before the attack he was giving a lecture about their behavior to a group of tourists and then went across the fence. new eyewitness accounts suggest he may have done that to prevent an animal from hurling a rock at people. >> it may have been instinctive for him to go for something which he thought was useful to do. >> reporter: other staff members raced to rescue him they became targets, too. >> kept pursuing me. i climbed back inside the vehicle. it jumped on the bottom of the vehicle and i closed my door and he started beating through the window. >> reporter: chimps are highly territorial. there are 33 chimpanzees here. each one rescued from the entertainment industry. they are incredibly strong. some are seven times as strong as an adult human male. tonight his parents are on their way to his bed side as his long recovery begins. >>> up next tonight critics call it commercial graffiti. some unthinkable places american cities are selling ads to make some much needed cash. laces? really? slip-on's the way to go. more people do that, security w
is going to take up a very big university of texas affirmative action case that could completely roll back affirm active action. chris: so race and jender wouldn't matter anymore? -- gender wouldn't matter anymore? >> it would overturn what happened in the mid 2000's with justice o'connor saying the university of michigan could use race as a factor. >> in admissions. >> we've got that up there and a big voting rights percolating. and look at same sex marriage issues that are coming that way, too. the defense of marriage act is being challenged right now. that's -- that's probably going to get to the supreme court and prop eight in california. so these are big social issues that are actually more important. chris: john, do you think the obama campaign in its brain, including the president and the smart people around him, are they hoping to avoid a big discussion of these court issues like same sex marriage? do they want to go into saying -- charlotte and have that be a big noise maker at the convention? >> i think that the -- the obama campaign is running a mick row targeted operation that'
more. >> texas, tommy on the mound, struck out the side in the first. second inning, he hit a home run he did the same yesterday. just clears the wall street. second of the year, 1-0, andre ties it up with one swing. bat. we have a 1-1 ballgame. a's up 2-1 in the fifth. two score and 3-2 rangers. josh hamilton, see ya! 25th of the year, rangers win it 7-2 the. >> that assault way the ball bounces, i'll see you again at 5:00. >> straight ahead, it's election day in mexico and the vote could have a big impact right here at home. >> also a medical mission tri-after a two-year-old battles a >>> welcome back. this morning, voters in mexico are choosing their next president. at stake is how to deal with drug kar tells and end the bloodshed that has caused thousands of deaths. >>> more than 50,000 people have been killed in mexico's drug wars. >> three biggest issue issues are what? >> it's violence, violence and victims. >> and three leading candidates, front-runner w wants to focus on cartel leaders. to concentrate on curbing violence on the streets there. to see how bad that violence is, l
are traveling from as far away as texas and florida to help untangle trees. >> the wait is over for some colorado residents who were forced to flee in the face of massive wild fire. authorities are allowing them to return home. as drew levenson shows us, the flames are only part of the threat to some of these empty homes. >> win the burden just came home after sleeping three nights at a friend's house. she and her fiancee evacuated when the walled canyon wild fire scrap within blocks of her home. she was thrilled to be back but shocked to find her car was gone, stolen >> it was a mazda, a limited edition >> thieves also broke into her house >> they came through the window >> they ransacked the place taking jewelry and computers >> you feel violated that there are people out there that prey upon victims and people who are already suffering. >> sarah cracker was still unpacking saturday, she took most of her precious belongings including the flag draped her father's coffin. she says it was stressful not knowing whether her home survived the fires. >> it's great to be able to get back to wo
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